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A Carter Center Podcast | How Proven Strategies and Passion Prevent Blindness from Trachoma

Kelly CallahanKelly Callahan is passionate about preventing blindness in some of the world’s most vulnerable populations. Callahan, who leads the Carter Center’s Trachoma Control Program, explains how the Center works with the governments and partners in Africa to use the proven SAFE strategies to stop trachoma, the world’s leading cause of preventable blindness.

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    Christmas Ride on September 21, 2018 at 4:25 pm

    Kelly Callahan,
    Thanks for all the hard work you’re doing to improve health of people all around the world for twenty years. Interesting Podcast about the Trachoma [blindness] Control Program and the Guinea Worm eradication in African countries. GWD is spread by drinking water containing Guinea worm larvae I’ve read. Clean water is so important. Glad to hear you have so many prestigious partners, such as former President Carter, working on these programs. I think the internet is a great place for sharing medical breakthroughs with people everywhere. There are several pages devoted to new medical research on Facebook.

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